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This Morris Rocker or Kitchen Cabinet
THE coat Is 45 Inches long,
fitted closely at the waist,
back seams heavily creased
with wide flare bottom, has cen
ter seam with deep hook-vent.
Made in full black Vlcunnas, black
and grey Kerseys and Oxfords.
" Prices $12.00 to $25.00.
Tho fact that it Is often good
business policy to borrow mon
ey. You may experience thtt
time when you need somo addl
tlonal money and don't want to
bother your friends or you
may bo behind with your pay
ments to those who have ac
commodate you. In all such
cases come and seo
Wo will advance you what
money you need on your furni
ture, piano, fixtures, horses and Q
wagon, etc., and you can pay us
weekly or monthly as you de
sire. Come in and got what money
you need and pay all of your
obligations; then you will only
have onb place to pay.-
Wo can arrange your pay
ments any size fo suit you..
If you cannot call at our
office, telephone us and we will
send our representative to you.
Loan Co "
502 City National Bank Bldg.
Stark Phone 696.
Take Elevator. - 8. Market St
We Keep More
We keep more lumber of
every kind than is kept
by any dealer In
All Under Cover
lie llainl Iiiier Go.
MORNING NEWS ADS. BRING
Arrangements Are Being
Made for the National
Convention to be Held
in This City October
30, 31 and November f.
Luther M. Kuhns, general secretary
of the Luther League of America, has
been in Canton to confer with the lo
cal committee with reference to the
National convention which will be held
In this city on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, October 30 and 31, and
November 1. He brought encouraging
reports from the east and west regard
ing tho interest being taken in ilo
The convention program, tho exact
makeup of which will not be an
nounced until the arrival of tho dele
gates, is Hearing completion. . The
program committee makes the follow
The theme of tho convention is in
keeping with the Luther League's edu
catlonal purpose. It is: "Knowledge
Fact; Wisdom Tact; Understand
ingAct." Practical Luther League topics will
be discussed by competent Luther
League workers. One feature of the
program will be a "Review of the Dec
ade." Tho first evening will be the
report of President W. C. Stoever, or
Philadelphia, and an address on the
Lutheran Church in Ohio, by Hon.
John Zimmerman, of Springfield, one
of tho most prominent laymen of the
Church. On the second day there will
be an address on "Tho Ch'urch and
Education; Its Aims and Results," by
Rev. Clarence E. Gardner, D. D., of
Ohio. Also an nddresa on "The Re
liglous Education of the Children of
the Church," by Rev. C. K. Solberg, of
Chicago. The night session will lis
ten to addresses on "Tho Power and
Worlc of tho Christian College," by
President Klldahl, of St. Olaf's Col
lege, Northfield, Minn.; "The Position
and Opportunity of the Lutheran
Church in American Education," by
President J. A. W. Haas, of Muhlen
berg College, Allentown, Pa., and an
address on "The Christian College and
Aggressive Christianity," by Rev. Dr.
Bauslin, of Wittenberg Seminary,
Springfield, Ohio. At the grand rally
the Rev. Dr. William J. Miller will
speak on "The Bible as an Educating
Power." "The Responsibility of the
Educated and Christian Citizen," will
be discussed by Judge Staako, of Phil
adelphla. Arrangements have also
been made to have the Rev. C. I
Drown, of Salem, Va., the returned
missionary of the United Synod in the
South to Japan, present to address the
grand rally. Besides these addresses
during the day sessions there will be
practical papers by prominent laymen
on League work. The dally morning
devotional services will seek to give a
spiritual uplift to the sessions of tho
day. Tho themes for these services
will bo, for the first morning, "Spirit
ual Education," by Rev. O. A. Ander
son, of South Dakota, and, for the sec
ond morning. "Motives for the Ac
quirement of Wisdom," by Rev. C. P.
M.acLaughlln, of Chicago. -The pro
gram as already outlined Is calculated
to stimulate our activity and foster
On the evening of November 1 a
grand rally will be hold in, the Audi
torium. At that time the Canton
Choral society and the Boy Choir of
the Trinity Lutheran church will sing.
Monday and Tuesday's program will
be held in tho Trinity Lutheran
church on West Tuscarawas street.
The local committee is composed of
ten sub-committees, the chajrmen of
which constitute tho general commit
tee. They are as follows:
General committee Lester Deweose,
chairman; E. C. Cutchall, secretary; C.
w. Kepllnger. treasurer.
ReceptionJames E. Flohr.
Finance Charles W. Kepllnger,.
Music Jphn D. Frank.
Entertainment Ed M. Shreiner.
Registration E. C. Cutchall.
Publicity and Press George Scho
ner. Hall and Decorations M. W. Lutz.
Bureau of Information Rev. G. C.
Printing Rev. G. M. Schmucker.
Ushers Thomas C. Whipple.
Not the least interesting of the news
Rev. Kuhns brought with him Is the
announcement that two or three largo
cities are preparing to contest for tho
honor of entertaining the convention
of 1908, Chicago, which la one of the
contestants-, held meetings in the dif
ferent parts of the city during the past
week to work up a sentiment in favor
of their city and to arrange- to send a
strong delegation to Canton, Rich
mond, Va., la also In tho field for the
1908 convention, but is keeping secret
Its plans to atampede the Canton con
vention to its way of thinking.
Will Be Private Secretary to His Fath
er, Supreme Court Justice
W. R. Day.
Rufus Day, who has been spending
tho summer at tho W. R. Day home
stead on North Market strcot, left Sat
urday evening for Washington, D. O.
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On the Walker Plan
The Walker Pure Food Factories occupy 15
acres of ground on Herr's Island, Pittsburg.
They manufacture nnd Import over 335 pro
ducts, such as Teas, Coffees, Extracts, Baked
Beans, Ketchup, etc. Over 1400 Household
Articles offered with Walker Products, at unheard-of
low prices. Every woman who reads
this announcement should write for our Large
Free Merchandise Catalogue.
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Morris Rocker No. 3
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MORRIS CHAIR .
A splendid piece of furniture. Frame selected
oak, finished in golden oak; or birch in mahogany
finish. Hand rubbed and highly polished. The
back is fitted with an automatic attachment.which
enables the person to adjust the chair to any de
sired position while sitting in it. Fitted with our
improved attached extra thick cushions, with
highest grade tempered steel springs In seat and
back (doing away with the unsightly and old-style
hair cushions). Side enclosed by five graceful
spindles. Front legs and front rail beautifully
carved. Guaranteed to last a lifetime. Cushions
nicely tufted and covered with an excellent
velour.jnoth proof. Choice of colors of cushions,
red, green or brown.
only si on tno walker Plan
To the Women Who Do
fhe Fefmily Buying:
Do you know how much your trade Is worth
to the retail stores ? Do you know that if you
purchase household supplies from W. & H.Walker
of Pittsburg, instead of retail stores, you can get
twice as much for the same money ?
We have positive proof that this is true.
For example, suppose you think of a list of
every-day household necessities Tea, Coffee,
Chocolate, Baking Powder, Spices, Extracts,
Laundry and Toilet Soaps, Baked Beans,
Ketchup, etc. that would cost you $10.00 at any
Here's what we will do:
We will sell you a bill of goods of equal qual
ity $10.00 worth and then we will let you select
from our great Merchandise Catalogue, contain
ing almost everything heart could wish in the way
of household furnituret wearing apparel, musical
instruments, etc., $10.00 worth of goods your
own selection in addition.
Explanation of Walker Plan
When you purchase $10.00 worth of Walker
Products you get any $10.00 article shown in our
big Free Merchandise Catalogue. There are over
1400 different things to choose from. If you want a
$11.00 article, for instance, you simply pay the dif
ference $1.00 and it is yours.
We manufacture and import over 225 every-day
household necessities in our Pure Food Factories.
Walker Products have been the standard of purity
and excellence since 1837. We guarantee satisfac
tion and sell everything on 30 Days' Approval Test.
Over 1,000,000 Women
Profit by Our Liberality
We have customers in almost every city, town
and hamlet in this country. The Walker Plan is
sweeping the country. It doubles the purchasing
power of the people's dollars.
In a personal letter we can give you a much better
idea of what the Walker Plan really means to you
in dollars and cents how it makes a dollar go twice
as far. This plan helps rich and poor alike. No
matter what your circumstances may be, no matter
how much or how little you spend regularly at the
stores, the same amount, spent here, will buy many
additional comforts and luxuries, like the articles
mentioned at the beginning of this advertisement.
We Give You All Middle
Having our own immense factories, having an
enormous volume of sales, and doing business
Kitchen Cabinet rlo. 62
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF KITCHEN CABINET
No housewife should be without this convenient
and labor-saving Cabinet. Top measures 48 in
long, 26 in. wide and 30 In. high. Underneath is a
kneading board 20x31 In., and a meat board
12x20 in. Below these are two flour bins 19x21
xl4 In. Has two drawers, size 18x10x4 in., deep
left-hand t" rawer divided into three small and one
large compartment. Gilt pulls. This cabinet is
solidly built and put together to stand the wear
and t :ar of the kitchen. Finished in natural
Only SI on the Walker Plan
with the consumer direct instead of through
middlemen, we are in a position to give you just
double the value for your dollars that you get
anywhere else in tho United States. You get the
middleman's, jobber's and storekeeper's profits
in the form of Household Furniture, etc., which
you can easily secure for your own home.
There is no reason why you shouldn't have as
much furniture for your home as the middleman
has for his.
A Postal Card Brings Our Great
The Walker Merchandise Catalogue will bo
sent you free if you simply ask for it on a postal
card. You will be astonished to find that on the
Walker Plan you can get almost anything yon
Want to furnish or ornament your home for noth
ing. Over 1,400 different offers are made In
this great catalogue offers just as surprising
in their liberality as that of a Morris Rocker
or a Kitchen Cabinet for only $1.00 on the
Walker Plan. Get the Catalogue and see for
yourself! The catalogue doesn't cost a cent,
and it only takes a minute to ask for it on a
postal card. We will send it to you by return
mail. If a million other women are getting the
benefit of the wonderful Walker Plan, why not
He will be private secretary to his
father, Supreme Court Justice W. R.
East Greenville, Oct. C. Miss Mary
Waisner, of Illinois, is-visiting In our
village a fewdays, the guest of John
Waisner, her brother.
Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Mur
dock, twins, a son and a daughter.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoy
man, a daughter.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
James swallowed a nickel one day last
week which had lodged just above the
stomach, causing the child great pain.
H. E. Royer, wife and family, Le,vl
Royer, wife and family and George
WV Wampler visited at Ell Mock's,
wost of town on Sunday.
Ell Mock and family received tho
sudden message Sunday afternoon of
the death of Mrs. Mock's mother, Mrs.
J. M. Anderson, while in Sunday
school at; the Reformed church at Sixteen.
Mrs. Frank Baer and family wont
to Akron to visit on Friday, return
ing Sunday evening.
The public schools of this place
opened Monday morning, October 1,
with tho following corps of teachers:
L. B, Harris, principal; Miss Gwen
Packer, of Massillon, intermediate,
and Miss Alice Hill, of Canton, as
H. E. Schrader and wife attended
the funeral of Mrs. J. Cockly at Bur
ton f!ltv on Mondav.
The funeral of Mrs. J. M. Anderson
was held at 1 o'clock and at the Re
formed church at Sixteen at 2 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. Interment in
the Sixteen cemetery. Services were
conducted by Rev. W. S. Adams. Mrs.
Anderson is survived by a husband,
son and daughter, four sisters and four
William E. Davis and family con
template moving to Youngstown.
Lawrence Owens, of Dalton, has pur
chased the property occupied by Wil
liam E. Davis and expects to move to
our village soon,
Dr. J. F. Campbell has returned
from Cleveland, where he had gone for
a few days.
Mrs. Abraham Zupp was visiting a
few days with friends at Newman last
Jacob Graybill Is attending the Mas
sillon business college.
, Blood Poisoning,
results from chronic constipation,
which is quickly cured by Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They remove all poi
sonous germs from the system and In
fuse new life and vigor; cure sour
stomach, nausea, headache, dizziness
and colic, without griping or discom
fort. 25c Guaranteed by the Durbln
& Wright Co., druggists.
A Law Suit!
No. but a stylish, well-fUtius fall
suit at Z1U, the tailor, HI E, Tusc.
Lodged Against Two Sebring Men,
Who Have Been Indicted by
Youngstown, O., Oct. 7. On a deli
cate charge preferred by 14-year-old
Pauline Ruttman of Sebring, William
Jewell, a married man of that place
was placed under arrest at Sebring by
Sheriff Frank DeNoimandie on Friday
and brought to this city, being placed
In the county jail. On Saturday Lar
ry Maley, also of that place, was ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Brown and
brought here Saturday afternoon.
Tho arrests were made as tho result
of indictments brought by the grand
jury, the names being kept secret until
the men were In custody.
The girl was brought from Clove
land where she had been in the Home
of the Good Shepherd for some little
time. She testified before the grand
jury and then was taken back to Clove
and VEGETABLE MAN
212 N. CHERRY ST.
Bell Phone 1340.
Stark Phone C-384.
Hartvllle, O., Oct. C Miss Nora
Bachtel went to Akron on Wednesday,
where she will attend the Summit
county fair and visit friends for a few
Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles Shauafeit and
children of Brlmfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Richards, of Uniontown, and
Loy Richards, of Cleveland, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Geotz on
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baer, of Can
ton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Karaerer on Sunday.
Rev. Charles Warner occupied the
pulpit in the Reformed church on
Sunday, and his many friends were
pleased to hear his first sermon in
his home town. It was a good ser
mon and well delivered. Rev. Warner
and family left on Tuesday for their
home in Sarahsville, to which he was
returned by the conference.
Divine services at tho Lutheran
church were well attended on Sunday
morning at which service a class of
five catechumens were confirmed and
tho Lord's supper colebrated. Those
confirmed were Raymond C. Rubright,
Leed B. Givler, Laurie L. Glvler, Min
nie G. Rubright and Cora Ringer. Tho
services nevt Sunday, Oct, 7th, will
be at 2 p. m. Subject of the sermon,
"The Right Observance of Sunday."
The meeting of the Improvement as
sociation held at the homo of Mrs.
Geotz on Tuesday evening was well
attended and an enjoyable timo was
had by all. Tho election of officers for
next year resulted as follows: Presi
dent, Miss Myrtle Lleghley; vice pres
ident, Mrs. Ray Kiefer; secretary,
Mrs. Stella Rubright; treasurer, Miss
Lottie Carper; business manager, Mrs.
Jennie Geotz, It was decided to have
a lecture course next winter, the an
nouncements of which will appear
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your future success may de
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making small deposits regit
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